From Wesleyan Democratic Socialists:
Join Wesleyan Democratic Socialists to watch Bernie Sanders give his first town hall of his 2020 presidential campaign!
All are welcome, whether you knocked doors in 2016 or are just curious to hear more about his policies and democratic socialism!
Snacks will be provided!
Date: Monday, February 25
Time: 8 PM
Place: PAC 001
It’s not just video, it’s art! Come to the Digital Design Studio this Wednesday any time between 5 and 7 for some free snacks and cool art!! (Digital Design Studio? Where’s that, you ask?? The entrance is in the back of Davison Art Center, on the side of the parking lot.) There will be a continuous screening of the final projects for ARST480//Video Art. Did I mention FREE SNACKS??
Featuring work by:
Ben Velaise ‘18
Carlos Lopez Jr. ’16
Emily Wilson ’15
Grant Lounsbury ’17
Haenah Kwon ’17
Hannah Norman ’16
Heather Whittemore ’17
Jake Katofsky ’16
Shea Fitzpatrick ’18
Tristan Bass-Krueger ’15
Alison Lam ’17
Tiffany Liang ’17
Wyatt Krutsch ’18
Date: Wednesday, May 6
Time: 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Place: Digital Design Studio
From Joseph Eusebio ’17:
Screenwriters’ Lounge will act as a weekly gathering place for all those interested in screenwriting, learning the form (we can teach you!), or simply hanging out. The current structure is loose, but it will always involve snacks, drinks, friends, and a cozy space.
If you have something you’re working on or something you’ve completed, please bring it! As a part of the newly established/funded Wesleyan Film Project, we can also help you produce your material, and will be planning film and screenwriting events throughout the year.
Mondays, 8-10pm, Shapiro Creative Writing Center
Come to the inaugural session for new friends and special snacks — Facebook event here.
Date: Monday, September 29 (and every Monday)
Time: 8-10 PM
Place: Shapiro Creative Writing Center
The wonderful Swetha Mummini ’14:
Dr. Rauch, a pediatric hospitalist, returns to campus this spring to facilitate another lively conversation about some of the difficult ethical concerns physicians face in daily practice, inviting you to think through with him some challenging cases. Snacks provided and all are welcome.
Dr. Rauch is Associate Director of Pediatrics at Elmhurst Hospital, a NYC public hospital, and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine. He is a graduate of Wesleyan and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is the editor, along with Dr. Jeffrey Gershel, of Caring for the Hospitalized Child, recently published by the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Hospital Medicine.
This event is part of the Reality Check series, presented in a partnership between AMSA and the Career Center.
Date: Thursday, March 27th
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 115
A dynamic duo, Mike Glasser ’16 and Colin O’Connor ’15, warn of a situation/share an invitation:
It’s 6:30PM tomorrow and you’re holed up inside your dorm room after the snow storm that has blasted Wesleyan. You ate your last 3 packs of ramen when you went on a binge last Saturday night, and you have no food. You feel cold and lonely. It doesn’t have to continue this way. Come over to Alpha Delt at 7pm tomorrow to chill, eat some s’mores, and hear (or tell) some scary stories while sitting by a warm, cozy fire, all of these courtesy of the membership. Feel free to bring your backpack and stay to study afterwards as well.
DATE: Tomorrow/Thursday, February 6th
TIME: 7-8:30, plus studying after if you want to
PLACE: Alpha Delt
From the friendly folks at ADP:
Stressed about Drop/Add? Swamped a week into the semester? Shivering in the arctic Middletown breeze? Drop by Alpha Delt after your 4 PM class for some chilling. And snacking. And talking. And stuff. Because who doesn’t love free food and a well-heated living room?
Date: Today, January 29th
Time: 4:15-6:00 PM
Place: Alpha Delt
Cost: A warm hello
The beautiful and talented Sydney Lewis ’14 has a message for you:
The Wesleyan Doula Project, which was founded last year to provide abortion doula (non-medical support) services to local clinics, is hosting a second fall conference to train a new cohort of doulas!
The training conference, led by educators from the New York Doula Project and Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, will be held November 22-24.
SPACE IS LIMITED and attendance at the info session is mandatory for participation in the November training. At the info session, we will go over the history of the Wesleyan Doula Project, the role of a doula and the expectations of Wesleyan abortion doulas, and our vision for future expansion of the group. There will obviously be snacks.
If you’re passionate about reproductive justice and want to be a badass feminist doula superhero, please attend the info session to learn about our work and get involved!
Date: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Time: 9:00 – 10:00 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 112
From Cade Leebron ’14:
College is so difficult! Instead of college, come do arts and crafts and eat some snacks with the members of the Alpha Delta Phi Society! You may notice that the front of our house is under construction, so you’ll have to come around back to gain entrance to the festivities.
Date: Monday, 9/9
Location: Alpha Delta Phi (185 High Street)
Alissa Myer ’15 writes in with this appetizing event sponsored by the Alpha Delta Phi Literary Society:
Well, congratulations on finishing the first day of classes! Treat yourselves and come by the Alpha Delta Phi Society house anytime between 4 and 6 for some snacks and chats! Cookies, chips, and delicious drinks will most definitely be provided.
I’ll probably be there, but mostly because I’m hoping the pug will be a snack option.
Date: September 3rd
Place: Alpha Delta Phi Society (185 High Street)
The unstoppable Emily Berman ’13 writes in:
Do you like education? Do you think you like education but have no
idea? Do you want to find a way to learn more about education-related
opportunities on and off-campus? Then please join us to celebrate the
launch of EdConnect!
There will be a demonstration of the website and snacks!
The mission of EdConnect is to foster a community among those who are
interested in education at Wesleyan. This includes those who are
interested in teaching, policy work, research and advocacy. We seek to
create a space for communication among all of these interests.
Additionally, we hope to make opportunities in education, both on and
off campus, more accessible to the student body.
Date: Thursday, April 25
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Place: Zelnick Pavilion